Sylvester Stallone's "Expendables" Truck Sells for $132,000
The winning bid reached $132,000 and, taking a look on the spec list fully demonstrates that such a car deserves every single cent. The 1955 Ford F-100 was built by West Coast Customs and, besides Stallone's blockbuster movie, it also starred in the "Street Customs" TV show.
Just as expected since we're talking about a customized truck, the vehicle is offered with numerous modifications, such as a new Ford 347cid Edelbrock engine, B&M equipped AOD transmission, Gibson exhaust, Heidts Mustang II front suspension and a Heidts 4-link kit with a ford 9" axle in the rear, Gennie Shifter Commander shifter, Wilwood brakes, Kinetik battery and a Vintage Air system.
On the outside, the car has been customized with exani wheels with Continental tires and a custom grille reminiscent of the '50 Merc in "Cobra". Sports Cerillo race seats, Aurora gauges, Ididit steering column and a Flaming River steering wheel greet the driver and the passengers when stepping in.
The winner of the truck also received an autographed photo of Sylvester Stallone and a special feature we preferred to keep for the last paragraph - hidden compartments to hold movie weapons...
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